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Business Development Administration Assistant – London – Hybrid

  • Job Type :

    Permanent

    Full-Time

  • Salary : Up to £26,000

This international corporate specialist law firm is looking to hire a new Business Development Administration Assistant for their London Headquarters based near St Pauls tube station. This is a great opportunity for someone who has a keen interest in pursuing a career marketing / business development career within a leading law firm – ideally 6 to 12 months’ experience of working within a supportive role, preferably with a marketing focus, within a law firm or professional services environment.

 

The Business Development Administration Assistant is responsible for co-ordinating and supporting the administrative needs of the business development team. The individual will work closely with all members of the business development team and will support on all aspects of our business development and marketing activities. Standard hours are 9.30am – 5.30pm, with the firm offering a hybrid working structure currently working 3 days in the office, 2 from home – a salary of up to £26,000 is on offer plus fantastic benefits

 

The Business Development Administration Assistant’s main responsibilities include:

  • Helping to update the credentials database
  • Helping to maintain pitch logs and gather pitch outcomes / feedback from the Business Development Managers
  • Assisting with the editing, production, and maintenance of marketing materials (online and offline)
  • Assisting with the uploading of articles and Passles onto the website
  • Ensuring business development resources such as fee earner biographies are up to date
  • Maintaining the business development pages on the internal intranet
  • Supporting the digital team with social media posts as required
  • Carrying out background research (e.g., individual profiles or competitor research)
  • Updating the CRM system (InterAction), in relation to both event and mailing lists
  • Supporting in the legal directory, league tables and awards processes
  • Collaborating with other departments within the wider business development and marketing team (e.g., events, communications, design etc.) as necessary
  • Scheduling business development team meetings, drafting the agendas and taking minutes; and contributing to process improvements and ensure processes and templates are up to date.

Qualifications and technical skills:

  • Good user knowledge of Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Accurate typing, spelling, grammar, and proof-reading skills

Personal attributes

  • Excellent communication and people skills, both oral and written
  • Must be a team player, whilst also being keen to take responsibility for their own duties
  • Good organisational and administrative skills with the ability to prioritise tasks to meet deadlines
  • Self-motivated and proactive, able to act on their own initiative and problem solve; and
  • Strong attention to detail